Political Crises in Nigeria
Publisher: Anthony Anamgba
Political crisis is the time when critical disagreements occur in the governing of a State. Political crisis is the turning point in which necessary decisions must be made in order to move the body politic ahead.
It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you political crises in Nigeria.
It clearly explains the Kano Riot in which 241 people were killed. It throws light on the implications of the Kano Riot.
It analyzes the Census Crisis in which the census results were falsified by the various regional governments. It sheds light on the impacts of this crisis.
It appraises the Action Group Crisis in which there was political acrimony between two party leaders. It highlights the implications of this crisis.
It evaluates the Federal Election Crisis in which there were a lot of electoral irregularities and manipulations. It highlights the effects of this crisis.
It examines the Western Election Crisis in which a massive rigging of election resulted in a massive destruction of lives and properties. It sheds light on the consequences of this crisis.
It explores the 1979 Presidential Election Crisis caused by the alleged inability to interpret the provision of the Constitution concerning one-quarter of votes cast in the two-thirds of states in Nigeria. It shows how the case ended in the Supreme Court.
It throws light on the !983 General Election Crisis in which there was a massive rigging of election perpetrated by the various political parties that contested the election. It outlines the implications of this crisis.
It discusses the 1993 Presidential Election Crisis caused by the annulment of the presidential election won allegedly by the Social Democratic Party. It identifies the consequences of this crisis.
And it remains to be seen if the present leaders possess the political sagacity that can conquer ethnic politics, corruption, election rigging, electoral violence and political acrimony in the body politic.